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Dec 11th 2015 at 7:13:11 AM •••

Yes. As great as his performance legitimately was, there's no way he'd have won an Oscar for a comic book movie if he were alive.

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Aug 31st 2014 at 11:27:44 PM •••

The Dark Knight page title has all of its letter capitalized and scrunched into a single word. The other Batman movies of the Dark Knight Saga don't seem to have this problem. Is there a way to fix it?

Edit: It seems like this only occurs with the search toolbar.

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Sep 1st 2014 at 1:13:29 AM •••

It's The Problem with Pen Island. The Googl search has recently (in 2014) developed the tendency to screw the capitalization of the articles up.

Apr 27th 2014 at 8:06:29 AM •••

"You see madness, as you know, is like gravity; all it take is a little push." is not an example of As You Know

Using the words alone is not using exposition of things already known by the character, the Joker is making a somewhat florid point.

Feb 20th 2014 at 8:27:38 AM •••

Regarding the pull of Killed Off for Real:

I think Harvey is still an example. He fell 30-some-odd feet and the guy falling with him survived just fine. That qualifies as "it must be one that under normal circumstances for the setting and genre could have been reversed, undone or revealed to be some sort of trick." Given the propensity for people to fake the dead in this series, I personally would've thought he survived.

... Rachel's just crazy misuse, though.

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Feb 20th 2014 at 9:49:30 AM •••

The guy falling with him was wearing body armor and hadn't already had horrific injuries that were probably slowly killing him already. This is a series that has not had one death undone or reversed, and only one that was revealed to be a trick. It is not a series where you expect deaths not to count.

Dec 9th 2012 at 3:34:18 PM •••

RE: The Prisoner's Dilemma

I just realized that it might have worked far better as a Two-Face scheme than it did as a Joker scheme. Two boats, with civilians and convicts—light vs. dark—on each, both filled with explosives; Two-Face would give them 1 hour (TWO halves of 30 mins. each) to decide; if the timer went off without result, he would flip his coin and blow one up at random.

Oct 14th 2012 at 8:39:03 PM •••

i'm fine with folders for this page, but do we really need 25 of them?

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Dec 8th 2012 at 5:35:42 AM •••

hey everybody i just noticed something i was watching batman beyond right now and in the first episode one of the jokers says to terry "lets put a smile on his face" is it possible that when joker says it in the dark knight it is a shout out to the show batman beyond.

Dec 8th 2012 at 5:47:36 AM •••

^ The Joker's pretty well known for saying lines like that. For it to be a direct Shout-Out to Batman Beyond. I doubt it highly. As the Joker would have said plenty of times before in the comics.

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